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    Vietnamese

    Just wondering how many Vietnamese expats here in HK....Where did you move to HK from? US? Aus? Paris? Vietnam?
    I'm VNese who moved to Hk from San Francisco


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    Hi! Been here for long minack? I have lived here for 4 years. Nice to know you


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    Viet food! I'm craving viet food-- haha


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    Ck123,

    I moved here since Jul 2005...that was when i wrote this thread. Guess we don't have a big vietnamese community here huh.

    Wondering, how cum you also have the "ck" in your nick name?


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    Hi, minack,

    Cause I love CK brand . 123 as it's easy to remember. What about your name?


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    ck123, thats cute way to make up a nickname
    For me, I also love Ck, because thats my husband's name...hehehe....BTW, I also love CK brand, as I have so many watches and clothes...and you also know why rite?
    are you vietnamese ck123?


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    Người Việt xịn 100%


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    I was in misery in Hong Kong due to the lack of good Vietnamese food. I was poiled by all the Pho places and Vietnamese restaurants in Northern Virginia/DC and found many of the HK Vietnamese places had altered the dishes to more local tastes in Hong Kong.

    Any recommendations for some authentic places?


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    Pinguinsix: You are right!!! It's hard to find authentic Vietnamese food in Hk. They are all localized to the taste of HK people. Another reason is many herbs and ingredients are not available in HK. So the best VNese food in HK is ... at my home


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    And my home too...hehehe

    Anyway, i'm sure you know Pho Saigon right? I find this place 60-70% close to authentic food. It is because the restaurant ran by a vietnamese, and some vietnamese working there as well.

    Te^n Vietnam la gi? Minh la Uyen.


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